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I know it as the Thongophone because it's often played by hitting the pipes with a rubber thong (or flip-flop as it's known elsewhere :P) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thongophone
When writing for any instrument there are a few things to keep in mind : The range of the instrument How the instrument sounds in different parts of it's range The Dynamic Curve of the interments (how loud can it play in different parts of it's range) Articulation and techniques that the instrument can and can't do What is playable for a typical player and ...
before this gets closed for being off-topic, you just look for the highest or 2nd highest middle number of any given range... 585 over 575 etc. The first digit is the 'year' but there's no guarantee that they are always sequential, periodically the numbering style changes & I haven't followed the numbering scheme in many years. Each year will have a ...
This is, to be honest, a very big question. The best brief online resource that I've found for this is Theo Wanne's site, under the knowledge section. http://theowanne.com/knowledge/mouthpiece-facings
To put a slightly finer point on the family relationships: 1) Tuba-EUPHONIUM- Flugelhorn 2) BARITONE HORN-Tenor horn- Alto horn- Cornet Trumpets and Trombones are in a family of their own
My main advise when switching to a regular / long scale bass from a short scale would be to avoid stretching too much with your fretting hand. I try to play one finger per fret when I'm playing above the 5th fret but when you're down below the 5th move your hand instead of stretching. For example when going from a low F (1st fret on the E string) to an ...
It's a long time since I was actively involved in the record industry... but back in the 80's we would always do a separate mix without lead vocals, in case it was ever needed for the occasional TV show where the track would be on playback but the vox would be live. The chances are this is still a sensible practise. Motown even went so far as to release a ...
i am an argentinian bandonion pleyer. for sound of tango you need a "Alfred Arnold" or "AA" type. another type you can buy is "Premier". These both are from Germany but now, you can get those in Argentina too.
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